muller

Alan Muller

Junior Fellow

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Bayreuth International Graduate School of African Studies
University of Bayreuth

95440 Bayreuth

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E-Mail: mulleralan@yahoo.com

Current Project

What If ≠ What Is: Speculative Fiction As a Mode For South Africa In The New Millennium?


Research Interests

South African Literatures, Postcolonial Literature and Theory, Speculative Fiction, Afrofuturism and Science Fiction, Cultural and Literary Geography, Place and Identity

Geographical Area

South Africa specifically and the rest of Africa more broadly


Academic Vita

since October 2016

Junior Fellow at BIGSAS

2014

Master of Arts in English Literature

2011

Bachelor of Social Sciences, Majoring in English Literature and Psychology


Publications

Muller, Alan (forthcoming). "A Handful of Spaghetti: South/South Migration and the City Imraan Coovadia's The Wedding". In: Cities in Flux: Metropolitan Spaces in South African Literary and Visual Texts. Festschrift in Honour of Professor em. Dr. Therese Steffen. Moreillon, Olivier, Alan Muller and Lindy Stiebel (ed./eds.). Münster: LIT Verlag.


Muller, Alan (forthcoming). "Half 'n Half: Mytho_Historical and Spatial Entanglements as Means to (Re-)Negotiate South African Whiteness in Charlie Human's Apocalypse Now Now and Kill Baxter". Journal of Literary Studies (Special Issue: Memory, Heritage and the Politics of Transformation: The place of colonial texts in post-2000 South Africa and Zimbabwe).


Muller, Alan, Olivier Moreillon and Lindy Stiebel (eds.) (forthcoming). Cities in Flux: Metropolitan Spaces in South African Literary and Visual Texts. Festschrift in Honour of Professor em. Dr. Therese Steffen. Münster: LIT Verlag, 12.


Muller, Alan (2016). "Cosmopolitan Criminality: Cultural Entanglements and Globalised Crime in Imraan Coovadia's Green-Eyed Thieves". Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa (1: Special Issue: Imraan Coovadia). 50-61.


Muller, Alan, Danyela Demir and Olivier Moreillon (2015). "In Search of a 'Rock Star': Commemorating Kabelo Sello Duiker's Life and Work Ten Years on". Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa (1). 26-37.